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WATCH: Jeffrey Toobin back on CNN after masturbating on a work Zoom call

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Jeffrey Toobin appeared on CNN Thursday to comment as a legal analyst on California appealing a recent court decision on assault weapons bans. It was his first appearance since October, when he was fired for masturbating during a Zoom call with his colleagues at the New Yorker. He had worked there for 27 years.

Alisyn Camerota anchored the segment, and addressed the scandal righty away. “What the hell were you thinking?” she asked Toobin.

“Well obviously I wasn’t thinking very well or very much,” Toobin said. Ultimately, he called his behavior “deeply moronic and indefensible.” But he said he’s spent the seven “miserable” months since “trying to be a better person.” He claims he’s taken the time to go to therapy, do community service and write a book.

You can follow Jenny Goldsberry on Twitter @jennyjournalism.

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UPSET: Sen. Sinema of AZ switches to Independent, closing Dems Senate majority

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Just days after Democrats officially took control over the United States Senate after Democrat Raphael Warnock beat Republican Herschel Walker in the Georgia senate seat runoff, in comes Senator Kyrsten Sinema.

Arizona Democratic Senator Kyrsten Sinema announced Friday that she has officially left the Democratic Party and has registered as an Independent. Sinema’s decision officially took the Democrats from a 51 to 49 majority in the Senate, to a closer 50 to 49, with Sinema as the single Independent.

Sinema made her huge announcement in an op-ed for the local media outlet Arizona Central. “I have joined the growing numbers of Arizonans who reject party politics by declaring my independence from the broken partisan system in Washington,” she stated.

The New York Post reports that “Sinema, in a separate Politico interview published Friday, said she would not caucus with the Republican Party. If that holds, Democrats could still maintain greater control in the closely divided chamber.”

Prior to the hard-fought Georgia race, Democrats had held the Senate 50-50 with Vice President Kamala Harris holding a tie-breaking vote.

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